We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We picked this B&B based on TA reviews and were not disappointed. Everything was as advertised and beyond. We were excited to be offered a room upgrade at no additional charge for our anniversary. The red rock views from the second floor Casa Blanca were...More
Very nice, quiet and relaxing -- Lori was easy to talk with and gave us good pointers on places to hike and eat and drink. Already missing the crew (and hoppy hour) at the Oak Creeking brewery only a short distance for Alma de Sedona....More
My husband and I were traveling through Sedona and had a reservation at another B&B. Fortunately, the reservations were messed up and we were referred to Alma de Sedona Inn. We could not have been happier. This was our first B&B experience and we were...More
We stayed at Alma de Sedona in May 2012...and could not be happier! My Fiancee and I were headed out Phoenix for a work conference and headed up to Sedona for the weekend before. We could not have picked a better B&B. The staff (Lori...More
Response from Michelle A | Reviewed this property |
I was in a room called "Del Sol" first floor. There was a large red rock formation in the distance from one window - not from patio but you could see the labyrinth, hear the babbling brook and the western quail sing. Other... More
I was in a room called "Del Sol" first floor. There was a large red rock formation in the distance from one window - not from patio but you could see the labyrinth, hear the babbling brook and the western quail sing. Other rooms might have better views - asks Lori. Room perfect for wheelchair as it was large and a very large handicap accessible bathroom. Parking VERY accessible to this room with no steps. A short walk or drive to Thunder mountain walking trail with gorgeous red rocks on an accessible walking path. Enjoy!